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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU H. I., j FRIDAY, AUGUST i7jgoo.
:--AND THE SODA WATER--:
: TUS BDBST
COR. PORT AND HOTEL STS.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT
Alsen Portland, Cement
tl the etrongett an! most tervlcearte cement maJe and will rern't trie admixture of a larger amount of aana
OF travel, with le,e loe ot etrenath, than anv otter brand.it letheretrre the mot economical
"AL!EN ha, NO EQUAL In COLOK, FINENESS and SAND CAHRYINfJ CAPACITY It WEIGHS
LESS PER BUSHEL (meaeeirlne about 10 PER CENT. MOPE CEMENT TO A BARREL than other
trend,, which very materially REDUCES It, cn,t a, compared with othi r tementt) It I therefore an ECONO
MICAL cement tout, and SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR FINE CONCRETE WORK,
Tenllle Strength In Pound, Per Square Inch .Made
After 7 da), After eSdai
AKEN nti Sat'i
DYCKERMOFF . (aV
PMEMIl'MSi World t Fair, Chicago, 1J91 Adelilde JjM ee lrt
meiroirre lt oew leaiana 30 3 ex n, uuneain isq.?o
CAPACITY ANDSALES-lheoutrutolthe 'ALSEN tact'Neili at Ihe pre,ent time, larger than
ttatrtany manjfacton ot Portland Cement In Eurore
Tre tarlv lale, I Alien a Pcttland Cetiert In the United SUM It cteater than that of any other brand
The follow Inztett made In actual work bv Col D C Houston Cerpa of Lnelneert, U S A . at the
tea wal afii.nl j Pernor t Ittand, New York Harbor hat nevertn equaled by any other cement It It
at foi ow,
TENSILE STRENGTH PER SQUARE INCH One t av S4 f irdi. Seven Days, 600 c-unJ.
Thlrt) Dat u round, F r Sldea-k, ttfrl.et the bt color and tte ircit endurable wearing aurface
Tettlmontal, from most eminent engineer, architect, ard errtrae'ert endorsing the high gride
quality of ALSLN" furnlthed on ari-llcatlsn to N
QTli-Oc H. ZDsivies z Co., Xjtd..
One Week ftnly mm
SCHILLER'S MALT EXTRACT
25c. per Bottle
82.50 per Dozen
"W "WatcHa. "WikLile "2"o-ul Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL
CONFIDENTIAL AQENCY : : : : :
Reliable Watchmen furnlthed for atoret.and frorerty Be,t City reference, furnlthed. Detective
and cnf dertial work of all aorta
Office Room 4 Model Block
ji o & & j & j j jt s n i? t? t? t? t? it wt?t?t?i?ti'ir,'i? i? ft??
Otiouboro, Ay., July J.I, JUOO. f
l!JM,.-Ji':. c- ,,EA v.PS'i A r,M. - J'Z1; 'a
DKAll MItS: 'a
m Am plmuJ to inform ioh that ttv hnte jwt receirul nuiiie from 'a
, 7off.-iimiiit that UHL'L'S UlVKll WHISKY him wjain been fc
. -i.-i .1 .'.... ii. ...(,,.,., , ,i. ,.,.. ... ,,;..,.. .,,... .., ..; .,, n. rr ' v v.
eil.i'tn fill iril i"iieoiie it jiii iih'mhw ;i'w uniiMy ene. v. u, AttU A
Honiiitul, bfimi the third in nueccaion
A ciii'lniiil of this celelipiiteil
J P. Vliltne.. find .vlll lie nticped lop e.nlc by
J VV. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.
4 . Solo AKuntis 'a
V K K" K" K ' ' ' ' ''h,''h,h,i'''l",K'
Architects, Contractors and Builders
Jobbing : Promptly : Attemleil : To.
WM. T. PATY,
Contractor and Builder.
Store and Office Flttlnt
Plant and Cttltna et Furnlthed.
Hotel Street, near Barracks
a, A.KOWAtD, J.
HOWARD & TRAIN,
Illta t, Model Block, HONOLULU, OAHU, H I
P, O. Box vol. Telephone 989
H. L. KERB & CO .
Architects and Builders
Geo W. Pate Tel, tee
P. W, Beardtlee P. O. Boi vl
BBARD8LEE & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office; Room 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches anJ Correct Estimates furnish
t Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal
Quoen ntrcnt. nnnnlnln
H. F. BBRTBLMAN'S
To rur of old stand. Entrance on King
itntt. Order left at either shop, or office,
tt John Nott't store, Klnt; street, will rr
Mlrs promp attention. KJltf
at Roll Telling- Station, Berlin. 188990.
Cement One ran Cement
Three Part, Sand
After e days. After .8 day,
t'n 188? Centennial Int. Ea'n
HONOLULU DRUG CO.,
I. I). HOX 2H4.
J. W M'CUU.OCU
Wltlnkv Iiiik npi'lvctl iter limellc .
Hotels and Restaurants
THE ORPflEUM CAFE
The Best Meal
The Best Service
IN THE CITY
:: At Popular Prices ::
WtVMEALS AT ALL HOUKS: A l.i
carte or Table D'Hotc.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best -5c. Cigar
T11 bo had (or tlio money.
CLOSINQ OUT ALL OUR DOMKSTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
Markets and 'irocers.
Naval Oranges. Lemons,
Dried Fruit, Ranch Eggs,
Butter, Cheese, &c.
J. R. MILLS
Lincoln Mock, KlliiC Htrfct
for dinnor jjlvlnj; ami for
luncheons ami for entertain
ing may be had here con
stantly LEWIS & CO.,
Telephone 140. Ill Fort St.
Are Best Fighters in the
DIVIDE HONORS WITH
BRITISH AND JAPANESE
Story of Fighting About Tien Tsin
As Told by Participating
Refugees -- Important
Han rraticlsxo, Auk. C It. 13. Dlf
fciiclorrTer of I'lilluilcltihla, the iiutust-T
nnil lmlliler o( the first toulen mill vi
titlillitlii'tl lu China, and the liursonnl
frlciul u( Unltvil Htntes Consul Udicrnl
IlaRBilalc nnil of l'oc Tout;, a brother to
the Chinese 13mieror that was, tells
the following storj ot the nttack, on
"It wits the morning of July 17th
that the llrst clush hetweeii the for
vlHiivrH anil the Kmiieror's solillcis o--curnil.
On the aftunuon of the sane
il.i j the honih.irilmcnt ot I ho TKi
' Ciptntn Waller of Hit Ilrltlsh ship
Orlando was loium.imlir of the iiIIIm!
funis at Tien Tsln on July 17th, im
Captain .MiX'all.i wax with Kejinoiir .it
till time Ahout 11 ollocK 111 the foi"
uoun he saw smukt rlitliiK hum tht
rallru.itl tratk abutit four mlltH the
taut from the ilt. .mil mispei liny that
the lloxcrs liutl find another brltlj".
Captain Halle) ordered thirty of his
Mile jntKets, lomtn.iuded by n mid
shipman whuse tiamu 1 liae fuitcuthMi,
tu proieed unci ln litigate.
"We had u o-lneh gun and the men
Mire full) annul. When our Hat rar
hail ttaU'lcd about three miles no
found a briiUe In uhlih the tlmbeii
had li in biiruid auay fioni the Inui'
glrdirs, and lunsldirlng It unsafe to
iio3 tlie sttuituie out lummaii.ki
oideicd his liitn tu letuni to the lit).
We had gone about 'MO nrds on U10
back tlip ami saw a lot of Chinese sol
dlirs, nbout ICO of them iiusslug thi
traik at 11 point 11 mile ahiad of tu.
'lhey wete walking ir rapldl), iiud
as we upproai'hiil tin 111 all iloubt as tu
their being Imperial tioops dlsappi.it
11I. 'Ihe) did not wear the ml tur
ban and saslt that distinguished th?
lloxeis. and as soon us we got wlttilu
but) 111 ds of tin 111 the) matured and
got bihlud the grat miHiiids whli
whlih the surface mound was thlikt,'
studded. Itcganllng this aitlun as sim
plilotts, our mldshipiuau '.ne the or
dtr to lire n olle), and the) iulckly
Mild lgoiotlsl) nttlllied the nalllte.
Our Mild pine was minus a sight, and
most of its shots passid over tin in?
in), so after ten minutes of hta) Ilr
llig we restimid our 1et11.1t, the Chi
lute firing lit us as long as we weio
"Now the slKulfliant feature of tlut
Incident was Its benilng on the subse
ipunt pioiiediugs. If It had not lie"'i
for the lutlon of out pait) that moi.i
Ing the homhardmiut of TI111 Tsui
might not hue luiniiieiiied that aftu
noon. In other wuriH, I am lnillued to
believe that our nttaik on the Chlueoo
troops preiipitated the iHimb.trdmout
of the city. And for that reason tlu
sklimlsh may nttaiu some Important!!
when final settletuuits are heir,;
Dr. DlfTenilorrrer thinks that the
trouble with China will be at an en I
within a collide uf .M.us at farthu.il.
"Itwlll be n miitlilon of the Tal I'lnrf
rebtlllon." lie h.iid. "Whin the alllis
have laptuicd I'tklug tin lloxeis will
lie In old n Into bands of mataudiis '
Chillies Milntosh. a Toronto, Cm.
man but an Ameilian iltiztti, who w.n
Hi Dirfcutloilfii s assistant In .lu
woolen mill, said1 "I think we must
have spent about flftetn da)s lu the
tower. 1 was doing shatp-i-lioothu
most of tlie tlmi. We got I.ce-.Mttfotil
lilies fioin the arsenals, nnil how many
Mongols they luoiight to duith I don't
know. I tiled to run three euglms out
of Peking, but did not get far. I think
we must have got ha.lt ), tlioug.i.
1 Indies of Chinese weie lying all nlon
the traik, hiailltbs and buhheiid, It
was work ot the lloxeis, 'I lio fought
with spear ami knife until tin) got lu
with the Imperial troops, and would
not use foielgn guns Now they luv
a lot of them and the) shoot well.
"Tlio tower roinmnuded a view of tli
entile situation for milts. In the lowei
part, ot the building the marines -mil
soldier were holding the positloii
against the attaching pait) The) huu
loopholed the building b) 11 moving the
brliks, and It was neeesgar) that thev
should be kept posttd 011 tlio movo
mints of the eneiii), so as to bu nu
paied for the ihaigts. We signaled
to thim from the town and ni range 1
to let them know exactl) wluiu the
"1 hese aro tin kind of builds ,e
used." Mild the sptaker as he elimv
si veral cartiidgts from his pock"!
"The) me iliiin-dum bullets and vt-
; MAGIC headaches
1 HEADACHE; before
I WAFERS . breakfast.
tt'Wftaii: w t n eiruKsui.
got them from the Chinese arsenal.
They tear n man to pieces, and were
probably Intenilcl for our fellows, but
wo gave the Chinese n dose of their
"The Chinese had three gum In all
trained on the milt The) shot the
dwellings into ruins, and damaged the
mill considerably. In nil we had 109
marines In the mill.
"The Amerlran soldiers flint emtio
to our rescue while we were In the shot
riddled tower fllleel our hearts with nn
emotion Itiilesirllmhte. The marines
we-re the first to come around the bend
near the tower, and they made u
magnificent appearance with the ilng
lt)lng nt the head of the column. The
people fairly went wild with Joy at
the sight of the reinforcements.
"Ihe best fighters among the nlllrs
arc the Americans, Ilrltlsh and Japan
ese. The Japanese have earned n
most enviable reputation for discipline
nnd brnury. Their army seemed to
bo made up of men of exactly the iit
size, and their equipment was perfect.
They are brave and patient.
"The American soldier has earned 1
great reputation for fighting ipialltlei.
I3vcry liinn of them Is n soldier of tlio
best tlllnlttv Tlin lima spptnoil trih.ivnl
the dash and energv that was lacking.
In some of the European commands."
Produces Many Lies
(iiorgitown K Aug. S The trial
uf Caleb I'owirs 1111 the iliarge of b
lug loniaitid with the Gtiibil assasji
nation was resumed today. Dr. 1'ie.v
ctt of T.-i)loi toiiut) who wns on lac
stnml when the court ndojiirncd )ei
tcritny. continued his tistlmoii). On
iioss-exaiiiluatlou tin witness dcnle
that he told Whiirtuu Hidden he ha
no doubt tint "Tallow Illik" Combs
find the shot that klllid (loebel nnil
diiilnl that he said Combs mine lino
the Adjutant Cent nil's ollltc after tlie
shooting He it putted that Combs and
lloikeistnltli were In the olllie nt 'h
time and that neither of them loiild
have elone the shooting. The witness 1
nlso said he had snu (ioldcn 11 tliy or1
two ago and tlitiouiiinl him as 11 liar.
As the wltniss lift the stand, CoId.n I
wns iicalled and ho ami 1'iewitt metj
file to fate'. 'I lie) spoke eordlally 1
(loldtn look the stand and denied that
he had made lertaln state incuts vthl i I
the witness said he had made nnd ilo
reptntcd what hutlalmtd Piewitt told
him In ngaril to '"Tallow DLk"
Combs in conncttlou with the shout
Dr. l'rewitt was iteallid and slid
that he was with Wharton Golden
when the latter was til Kt Informed by 1
I homns II. Cromwell, a newsp tper cot-1
rospoueli nt, that be might be arrested
In eouneitlon wltli the assassination
I'nwctt salel (loldin told him a f w
minutes latir that the) were arrang
ing to put Hit crime on I'owirs, but
that tin latter was Inuoiiut.
(Jiolgi V. Lung State Tri.iBimr,
dining Ilraille)'8 regime , tistlllid
about going to Louisville .latitiar) 'luth
with Caleb I'owtis nnil others to ur
range feu brliiHlug some friends from
uistun Kiutiiek). He sahl tin news
of the shooting tatisiel them tu ab.'ii
don the piojnt
W II. I. Ill) was called to lonttaill't
Wade Watts who testified for the
proseititlun that while Itepi. senlathe
W. II. I. ill) was In his barber shop
one morning with a number of tlu so
iiinutitaln nun It wasstatid that wh i
Van Mcttr was seated a shot could 'a
find and thin nil the Demounts wtiul I
ise nnd the) toiilet shoot them nil in
two minutes. Lilly (entitled that 'l'
elld nut know Watts, was never lu ins
shop but once and ncvir heard stic-'i
a tonvirs.it Ion.
Died 'n Poverty.
New York, Aug s Mrs .Mar) Trtt
man, aged anil pcuuiPjss, Is d)iug at
llellevllli Hospital, its a Jesuit of full
lug Into tin Cast liver She had ap
plied to the' autlioi lilts for usslblaiwo
and was on her wit) to the tltv lodglii 1
huiist when, silting down on 11 uln
to rest she fill Into tin watt!.
Prom papnu found lu Mis 'I Io
nian's possession, It wns le-itl Jie'il 1l1.it
alio was toimirl) Miss Mary 0111 of
San I'laiulsio. Her husband .Ion
Truman, was, when he man led her,
about IS',!), 1111 Imint iihI wealthy Cil-
llforiila mlnei In lbiiS they unit o
Costa Itlin and other Cenlial an 1
South American countries and In Ven
ezuela the gieat fin tune of the I111
baud was lost and he h'caine Involved
In u law suit, lu ISIi'.i hi tiled at Trini
dad. Mrs Tiiiiuan reached hire Jul)
Big Gold CxportH.
Niw York. Aug b Tentative ar
laiigements made )esteril,i) were nnil
pletnl toda) for gold exportH b) Ilelil
elliaek kklehelmer d Co., of $1,11)0,
0110, $Vii),000 to go to Loudon ami I'.UO
outi to go to Pails and by I.azui 1
I'm en of ll.o'iO.OOO to go to Parh
'I his makes a total thus far fur the
wee eif I,7E0,000 of whlth $1 230,OOi)
guts to I.ondnn and ll.uuu.uuu to Pa
ils. No further shipments on tliei
I'll 111 h steamir lomoirou rati In
learned tit, but exihunge bankers jx
puss the opinion that further ship
ments ma) he made by Sattird.i)'j
Tho ever popular Italnler beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
)ou have 11 glass of Seattle," Js moro
often licnid than nn thing else. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap or
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital, paid up,
W. O Achl President tic Manager
M. K. Nskulus .. Vice Presldont
J. Mnkalnal .Treasurer
Hooch Jolinon ..Secretary
Deo. L. Desha - Auditor
HOARD OF DIKKCTOHS:
J. W. Illplkano.
The abovn Company will buy, lease,
or soli Inn J 1 In all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; nnd also bs house In the City
of Honolulu for rent. liS9-yl
J. J. WILLIAMS,
I Visitors are cordially Invited t
j all and inspect our gallery of life
' ii2e royal photos, from Kamehameln
1 1, to date.
At tho Old Stnml
I On Fort Street ::
A FEW VERY DESIRABLE BUILIj
iNG LOTS on Nleisnu Avenui.at Nlo
lopa, Nuuanu Vallnj for sail. Apply tt
J. M. 'NSARRAT,
Cartwrlght Block, trchant Jtntt
W. C. ACH1 81 CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
CT We will Uo or Ot '1 iJesl Estate .
el puts of thegionp.
CT We will Bell Fropertlei on Beuo..
FFICE. 10 West King Stree:
Real Estate Broker,
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
. anJ HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher ol Titles . . .
P. K. R. STRAUOH,
Real Estate- Broker
VluiuicNl Agetnt ul Collector
No. 'llletlieliSL, near P.O.
.nd other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, Pins, and an extensive varletj
f J elry
El. GK BIAJRrl
04V Pr)HI STKbfcT
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
Fikst Class Wohk GUAHAMLfcL
Union St, near Hotel i.ex
WHEN YOU . .
l-'IKST CLASS AM) HO.W1 1.IKI .
MRS. 0. H. ROHIJRTSON,
Walluku, AUul. 1585ml
Agents. Brokers and Jobbers
ALEXANDER & BALUWIN,Ltd
H. P. BALDWIN Preslu-nt
J. B. CASTLh st Vke-PresUtnt
V. M. AI.LANDLR -2nd Vlce-PresUent
J. P. COOK1 Treasurer
V. O. S.MITH Secretary anJ AuJItir
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Olaa Sugar Co
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantitlon Company.
eNahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Co.
H.iualhn Sugat Co.
Kahulul RallroaJ Company.
The California and Oriental S. S. Co.
irV.6. Irwin & Go.
Wistern .Sugar Iteflncry Co., of Sai
Baldwin Locomotive Works, of
Philadelphia, Penn., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shrcdelcr), New York, U. S A.
N. Ohlimdt & Co.'s Chemical Kcrtlll-
Alex. Cross t Sons, high gratle Fer-
tlllrcr-) for Cine and Coffee,
lie id's Steam Pipe Covet lug.
ALSO OITUIt rou sali:
P.i ratline Paint Co.'s P. & D. Paint
and Papers; Lucnl nnd Llnseeel
Oils raw and boiled
Iniluiine (n eold-vvntcr paint), ...
w hlti and 1 olors.
Tiller Press Cloths, Ccmmt, Lime
CASTLE & COOKB
Tbe bwa Plantatl'jiCc
IU Walaltia jrlcul(t'al Co . L i,'.
rue Ketiala buger Cer
'be Walamea Suear Mill Co.
TU Koloa Aerkultiral Co.
Tbe Fulton Iron Work,. Si. loo.,. Me.
Tte Standard Oil Co.
TbeCeo. I- Blake Steam Paaipi,
Weeton a Centrlfugate
1? Ne tngland Ltle Iniurente Co, ol let
Toe laa Fire I31 Co of Hertlorl, Cese
The Alliance Ateuranco Co ol Loadea
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Win. O. Irwin. .President nnd Managta
Clans Sprccl.els .... vice President
V. SI. Olltaril ..Second Vice President
II SI Whitney Jr. ,... Treas. nnd Sec
Oio. Jt Hoss 1 Auditor
ACJHtlTS OP Ttil
OEANIO STEAMSHIP C0MP4.K-
OV HAW ntiNOIHOO VAT
QUOBN ST., - HONOLULU
fhe Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balol;e Insurance Co.
Union Gas Erelne Co.
pomestlc Sevvjng MacN ne, Eta
BEWEI C6., LTD.,
Oueen itreet, Hooglutu H.I
Hawaiian Acrlctiltural Cojany, Am, ilea
t-ompinv. Oultila Siar Plant. Co , Oaoaiee tea a
Ct , llnnomu Sugar Lj V alltiVu Seiiai Co , Matte
Nicer Co , llaleakaia Warm Co , Molokel Raatt -I'lanur
a Una Sin Fr tjtcol'aiket bee. I, 1,1,
Co. e Line cl BoMn l-aclect
LIST OF OiTICKKS
(', M. ClMikti, l'ritldont; Oeorgo u
Itulwrt'eoie, .Manager; l F. lilshon
Trtasurcr anil Secretary Col W.
Alien, Audit irj I'. C. Jones, H. WnU)
house, (leer. H. Carter, Dlrnrteui.
(aneral Mausger ot
fb Kqajtablf Life Assaiince SccirtT
l' tb IJnlwd titattafor Ihe Uawiiur
irin. Merhat.t mn-et. Ho
VI. PHILLIPS k COT
Wholesale Importers nnd Jobbars
oropeu and American D'j aooti
to t and Uaeso Htre-eta
T HAOKFELD k 00., Lk
C.KEBAL COMMISSION ABEITi
jeer, fntt nnd Oaeen Htreatf nr.ir'-i
The World Register
Kcejm tho CahIi whlla Jem are buaj
Try one o
On Marble and Granite.
Fences and Lawn
Haw'o Iron Fence and Monnmental C&
ml Kinu atr